WE ARE HERE TO PROVIDE A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT THAT ENCOURAGES EXCELLENCE.
Charged with teaching more than 500 students in two excellent buildings—a K-6 Elementary School and a 7-12 Junior/Senior High School—Harlem Public Schools is one of the largest employers in Blaine County. We have 61 certified staff members and 36 classified staff members, which translates into an excellent Student-to-Teacher Ratio. We also boast a technologically rich environment and all students have access to computers.
The community of Harlem, Montana, is located between Havre and Malta in the scenic Milk River Valley. Close to the Little Rocky and Bears Paw mountains, we’re a farming and ranching community only 45 miles from the Canadian Border. We’re also close to Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, and a large number of our students live there. These students and their parents are extremely proud of their Native American Heritage.
There are many cultural events to attend throughout the year, including many Pow-Wow’s. Harlem High is the site of the only Seed Show left in Montana. The seed show is an agricultural fair occurs annually. Harlem abounds in wide-open country and big skies with excellent hunting and fishing and is a great place to live.
GET GREAT BENEFITS WHEN YOU WORK FOR HARLEM SCHOOLS
- New Teachers start at year 5 on the pay scale: $40,320.
- 4% Raises for the next two school years (19-20 and 20-21).
- $2,000 signing bonus: $1,000 in Sept. 2019 and $1,000 in Sept. 2020,
- Moving Expenses Stipend! We will cover 1/2 of your moving expenses up to $1,000.
- Blue Cross Blue Shield Premium Health coverage: District will contribute $1,025 per month.
- Coaching and tutoring opportunities.
- 13 days of Discretionary Leave per year.
- School district housing may be available.
- Join us and be a Wildcat!
Harlem School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our latest job openings are posted below. Click here to learn how to contact us directly.
COACHING POOL INFORMATION
All persons interested in coaching positions for Harlem Schools must first complete a Coaching Application which includes a fingerprint/background check.
If the applicant has a ‘clean’ background check, their application will be presented to the Coaching Committee for review. If they are approved by the Coaching Committee, their names will be presented to the Board for a recommendation to become part of the coaching pool.
All coaching pool candidates that have not coached for the District in the past year will be subject to updating their application information, including but not limited to their fingerprint/ background check. (A current letter of interest should include all areas of coaching desired.)
Harlem Public Schools is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.